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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: this was a homeless encampment and it started in the cooking area. we at the chiefs earlier this afternoon what it was south of the explosion and this is what he had to say. >> plastic mounting we did not find any propane it was just the amount of heat that was building and the petroleum product that was burning. >> reporter: off in the distance in this the some of the business that were burning and two people were detained earlier but no rest has been made. at last check i'll play was thus set it. j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: think he j.r. for that live report.
>> reporter: berkeley marina is right here in the fire is right here under university avenue under the underpass the smoke can be seen from across the baker it suspense from someone who is a deejay in the area. slice the fifth blacks dallas a hazy sky and berkeley hills clearly visible on our photographer treated this. the fire and smoke causes major congestion jacqueline? >> reporter: >> jacqueline: saab wanted
to look as the traffic map where the fire had occurred. all on i-880. people coming over the bay bridge to the afternoon contended in that direction. to where the fire occurred. the large money all the way to san francisco at 15 more minutes to that to let off when we opened. since the fire started and ran to 40. around 2:40 >> catherine: breaking news to tell you about - in the target security breach. usa today is reporting that texas police have arrested this man -- believed to be linked to the huge target data hack. >> catherine: he's
identified as gwo shing chen. a 40-year-old who might be involved, they say, in stealing customer records from the retail giant. police say he was arrested last december after allegedly using fake credit cards at target stores in texas. >> catherine: he's been in custody. now - after more investigation. they say he's involved in something much bigger. the huge credit card hack that forced millions of customers to get new debit and credit cards issued. >> catherine: pam?this just in. >> pam: san jose police say, they are working to set up an interview with the bay area teen. who stowed away on a san jose flight bound for hawaii. >> pam: this surveillance video shows. 15 -year old yahya abdi after the plane landed. >> pam: he appears to be stumbling as he walks across the tarmac. experts say, he was lucky to have survived the flight. >> pam: now --- investigators want to know more. about how the teen got past airport security without being detected. >> pam: abdi snuck into san jose mineta airport on april 20-th. and climbed into a wheel well of a jet which flew more than 5- hours to maui. >> pam: the teen has told
investigators, he was trying to get to africa. hoping to reunite with his mother who now lives in an ethiopian refugee camp. >> pam: he was hospitalized in hawaii . and was later brought back to santa clara. >> pam: abdi is still in the custody of child protective services. >> pam: and right now, officials have not said when they plan to interview him. he has reportedly been assigned legal counsel. >> pam: happening now. >> pam: san francisco police are looking for the driver who hit a pedestiran. the crash happened late last night. near the intersection of franklin and chestnut. this is just the latest person hit by a vehicle in the city. kron 4's mike pelton shows us what led up to the hit and run and the trail of damage the driver caused. >> reporter: as you can see the crotch and wahl are both the debt both badly damaged. around 940 last
night. dozens of people came out to take a look. it all began after officers spotted the suspect tried to but a rise of the cars officers began following him and the driver of that car sped off erratically. the driver of the toyota hit a pedestrian and another building at the intersection of franklin and chesnutt slamming into a building is it so hard it will cut up and a woman. woke up a woman >> luckily there was no cars and a grudge. cars in the garage >> reporter: as a result of
this incident two people were injured the driver of the second vehicle and the pedestrian. the good news is that police they sat there and not life threatening >> pam: a high speed chase ended in a crash last night in danville. the driver--- michael holden-- is in critical condition. a concord police sergeant says he saw a stolen vehicle, driving recklessly. >> pam: he tried to stop it, but the driver fled onto interstate 680. hitting speeds of at least one- hundred miles per hour. >> pam: holden lost control just north of el cerro road. he hit a guardrail and flipped over. southbound lanes were closed for several hours this morning. >> pam: the man who shot and killed a san francisco college student. will be
released from jail. police say. amisi sudi kachepa. shot stephen guillermo, after guillermo mistakenly entered his apartment. guillermo took the elevator to the wrong floor. and went to the unit in the same location as his. the victim was shot inside kachepa's apartment. raising questions as to whether the shooter acted in self defense. prosecutors say, they need more time to collect evidence in the case. coming up at 5:15. >> pam: a warning about watching too much t-v while pregnant. why it could make your baby fat. >> pam: then at 5:30.,, a my-kron-4 story. a major milestone for a unique bay area program. that hopes to give wounded warriors, a life-time of >> pam: and next. the shocking way a group of boys was caught picking prom dates. at a southern california high school. dog: get four years dog: get four years interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection. get a queen size sealy gel memory foam mattress for just $497. don't miss the memorial day sale.
>> reporter:you've heard of the nfl draft for football. but bet you've never heard of the prom draft. for prom night. that's the way a group of boys were caught picking prom dates. at a southern california high school >> reporter:the school is corona del mar high. and apparently it's a student tradition there that involves male students ranking female students and then selecting a date from the favored pool.
>> reporter:it's done in secrecy - where the guys draw draft picks in a lottery but can pay to improve their draft number so they can pick the date of their dreams. >> reporter:the principal found out and is cracking down. the school sent out emails to parents saying it's not acceptable to objectify students. the web site and twitter account are no more. >> reporter:so now, they'll have to figure out who to take to prom night like everybody else. pam? >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: we have the national report card. the subjects where a lot of american high schoolers need some help. >> pam: then. how the same group that kidnapped hundreds of nigerian school girls. is escalating its campaign of terror abroad. is escalating its campaign of terror abroad. safeway knows you don't want to fly all over town to find the best deals. that's why they have lots of ways to save. real big club card deals, the safeway app and gas rewards. for mother's day weekend two pounds of driscoll's strawberries are just $3.99
>> pam: researchers looked at nearly 200 women in their third trimester. and found, mothers-to- be who watch t- v while eating. are more likely to later watch t-v. while feeding their babies. more than 70- percent of women in the study said, they spent at least some of their meal-time in front of the t-v. >> pam: the study's lead researcher says, that habit can become problematic. because mothers may miss cues, that their baby is full. and end up overfeeding them. >> pam: eating in the front of the t-v could eventually influence a child's long- term media habits as well. researchers say, pinpointing behaviors associated with children's t-v- eating habits. may help prevent childhood obesity. >> jacqueline: we are seeing some wind gust in a 20 mi. hour range as well. as we look for other off shore we have a couple of systems that will merge. now, a
little bit of rain is starting to pop up on the radar. it is going to be very very minimal. for your thirst a spotty showers will start to fill clean after 10:00 tomorrow morning mainly in the north that not surprised to see anything as well. >> jacqueline: warmer could petitions ahead with a lot more about it coming up ahead. warmer conditions >> catherine: two fbi agents have been cleared in the shooting death of kidnapping and murder suspect james dimaggio in idaho last summer. he was killed last august after agents found his
campsite in the wilderness. >> catherine: dimaggio is the man accused of kidnapping san diego county teenager hannah anderson after killing her mother and younger brother. anderson was rescued. authorities announced today that the fbi agents used reasonable force - and won't face prosecution or further investigation. they shot dimaggio 6 times - after they say he fired two rifle shots. >> pam: one of only handful of emergency rooms in that area. for more than six decades served contra costa county. but due to budget they have no choice closing down the facility. tonight on our news at 6:00 last effort to avoid a shutdown. california, and headed to >> pam: president obama is
in california, and headed to the bay area tomorrow. this is video of his last visit. back in november. the president will kick off his trip tomorrow. by traveling to san jose for two democratic party fundraisers. >> pam: then on friday. the president is taking a trip to walmart in mountain view. to talk about energy efficiency. the exact points of his speech are being kept under wraps. but one possible clue. walmart. has set a goal of being powered by 100- percent renewable energy sources. >> pam: earlier today.the president stopped in central arkansas to survey damage from last month's deadly tornadoes. >> pam: 15 people died when a twister touched down in vilonia with powerful winds. >> pam: the president praised the town for braving the storm and having the courage to rebuild. and promised that the federal government would be there to support the town's recovery. >> reporter:an honest mistake made during d-c's
rush hour is apparently to blame for a security breach at the white house yesterday. >> reporter:a secret service source says that driver matthew goldstein got caught up in a traffic circle. goldstein apparently panicked and then made a sharp right turn. that put him right behind the white house motorcade. the presidents daughters were in that motorcade.they go to a school nearby. >> reporter:goldstein drove behind the cars--right through a perimeter barricade pennsylvania avenue. he was stopped by officers immediately and arrested. the white house was placed on lockdown during the incident. goldstein now faces a misdemeanor count of unlawful entry. >> reporter: >> pam: american high school students are lacking in critical math and reading skills needed in an increasingly competitive global economy. >> pam: that's according to the latest assessment from the nation's report card. it shows only about 25 percent of high school seniors are performing at a
math level considered "proficient". the numbers are slightly better in reading. where four in 10 students reached the "proficient" level. the poor showing seems likely to reinforce concerns that a large number of high school graduates show up for college and the workplace unprepared. >> catherine: a developing story. >> catherine: islamic extremists are escalating their violent campaign in nigeria. the same militant group which kidnapped nearly 300 school girls has now attacked a village. and nigeria is finally accepting help from the u.s. >> catherine: this mother and father won't reveal their identities for fear of retaliation. their two daughters are among the 276 girls grabbed from their boarding schools by the terror group boko haram last month. >> catherine: only 53 managed to escape. >> catherine: now the islamic extremists are also
believed to have attacked a village in nigeria - near the border of cameroon -- killing at least 150 people. >> catherine: the group's leader still promises to sell the kidnapped girls. >> catherine: presumably into slavery and forced marriages. the father who is speaking out doesn't believe the nigerian government is actually doing much. after being blasted for a slow response.nigeria's president is insisting his troops >> catherine: are out looking for the girls. he's now offering a 310- thousand dollar reward to anyone with information. as for u-s help.nigeria at first didn't want it. >> catherine: but has finally said yes. pressure is building on the streets of american cities. some argue the u-s should send in a rescue operation. for now - the pentagon is sending about 10 specially trained troops - to help with things like communications and intelligence sharing. >> catherine: first lady michelle obama posted this photo on twitter a short time ago. she's holding a sign that
says hash-tag "bring back our girls'.. that's become the rallying cry on social media and beyond - to keep pressure on the nigerian government. >> pam: next. >> pam: the gruesome discoveries made. after a fire at a famous athlete's[doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed.
>> reporter:police in florida say the fire at the home of a former tennis star was family of four was killed. hillsborough county sheriff's col. donna lusczynski said wednesday that two adults and two teenagers were killed in the mansion belonging to tennis player james blake. he was not home at the time and was renting the house to the family.
>> reporter:lusczynski said the scene was "unusual." she says officials don't know how the fire was set. she added that there were "various fireworks" throughout the home and that two of the bodies appeared to have "upper body trauma," but she didn't give any more details. authorities say the bodies in the home have not been positively identified. the home was in an upscale subdivision north of tampa. many sports stars and executives live in the neighborhood.
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suggested we check out the work being done by the veterans administration training and matching service dogs with disabled vets. kron four's rob fladeboe reports from menlo park. >>retrieving a dropped key ring is among the more than 90 commands in the repertoire of the service dogs being trained here at the veterans hospital in menlo park where >> reporter:forget to turn off the lights? no problem. need something from the fridge? just say the word. these service dogs will play on command or just as easily fetch your medication or the phone. trainer john tyson is an iraq war vet whose interaction with the dogs is helping him battle post traumatic stress disorder. >> the graduate highly
came home from the navy with a substance abuse problem and says these dogs are better than drugs and alcohol. >> reporter:it's not all tricks and treats either. ford, cavit. bea and the other service dogs are put through their paces before they graduate and then matched with a disabled vet, free of charge for life. if 7-month old cavit seems a bit sleepy, it's because he accompanied a 16 veterans to the a's game last night to work on avoiding distractions like food on the ground. why goldens? because of their retrieving instinct, social skills and soft mouths. >> and it really complement the traditional fairfield are we going through. >> reporter:if they can fetch an avacado without leaving bite marks, the're ready to graduate. just say the word and they'll quite literally knock your socks off. in menlo park >> pam: if you have a tip
for story ideas and it's a miniature story on our website just look for the micron for story app. mykron4story >> reporter:new at five. >> reporter:49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. making his strongest staments to date. about the off the field drama he's dealing with. today kaepernick tweeted. >> reporter:on 911 calls, i'm glad the truth is getting out. info that came out earlier was totally wrong. i look forward to this matter being resolved. >> reporter:yesterday.911 calls were released.that contradict a woman's story of what happened earlier this year in a miami apartment. one of the callers tells the dispatcher a woman who says she's jesus.is lying naked in a bed.and refuses to leave. >> reporter:in the police report. the woman says kaepernick undressed and kissed her after going to a bedroom following some drinking and pot smoking.and
she hospital and can't remember what happened in the meantime. >> reporter:the 9-1-1 tape suggests the woman took her own clothes off.and she wanted to be intimate with kaepernick. >> reporter:police say the other players involved in the case are 49ers wide receiver quinton patton and seahawks receiver ricardo lockette. >> reporter:none has been charged with any wrongdoing.but the case remains open. >> pam: former golden state warriors head coach mark jackson spoke for the first time since being fired yesterday >> pam: kron four executive sports producer jason appelbaum is here with that story. so what did he say? >> reporter:but he also took a few shots at ownersshipsome veiled some not so veiled .and he was clearly bothered at how the last few weeks transpired with rumors leaking out of his demise all the while his team was battling on the court. take a listen. >> am at peace and not to you the truth when we advanced less still have a judge? on not really sure because we both wanted to the miti and we're both very frustrated. walk into the
meeting >> fortunate thing that i go into an office with the owner and general manager just as three i am in a meeting in, and i am about to be fired that is not how you conduct business. >> reporter: he did not play the game when it came to the business side of that he wanted and more of their relationship with his head coach and one- half more a part of the inner circle but jackson decided to stay in his own plane and those were his words did deal primarily with the media which says to get out of the respect for him. >> reporter: jacksons is relocating was not part of the job description or the
contract contract he signed three years ago for jackson denied that there are any issues with his son occurred the assistant general manager. rumors that west was not welcome at his practices were completely false. like a mouse is the warrior has gone from a startup to a team winning a championship and they needed a different person to go for to get into a different level >> pam: jason and killed. jason thank you
>> reporter: alive for several hours in died from his interest on tuesday and that all they know is that the suspect or in their late teens or early 20s and driving a silver volkswagen possibly a jeddah. >> jacqueline: cooler up there today with to the jurors in the '60s and '70s. breezy conditions antioch bensenville and san jose sixties and upper 50s at the coast. a couple storms
heading off shore 1 look to the north and the other over the coastal waters. scattered showers up there tomorrow. spotty showers here we would talk more about the rain coming up. >> reporter: >> catherine: a panel of experts is taking yet another look at the likely flight path of the missing malaysian airliner. they're trying to make sure that the search crews have been looking to the right place. officials from malaysia, australia and china met to talk about that today. it's been nearly two months since like 3701 down and
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but as kron 43 sestos still in force the young grant handle was not too keen about all of the attention. >> >> reporter: skilled mount everest in 1953 the panda was named after the naming rights of the sacramento wore red panda would be fun and educational for visitors. >> we thought maybe sure, would be too generic then we thought of a convincing. giving children at an option to ask where the name comes from and what it means. >> reporter: 08 nights learning opportunity? so a nice learning opportunity?
2 >>exactly. >> reporter: opening up on saturday! >> catherine: people in sacramento want to know why happen to the little dog that brought traffic to a halt this week. it looked like it was running for its life on highway 52 is that what officers chasing after it. this dog can run. the chase went off for more than 10 minutes at times you'll see as many as four and five c h piccard's on the scene but no one could catch the dog. traffic was shut down in all lanes to make sure it did not give hit. reporters in sacramento are asking
people today to call them if they know what happened. the dog was last seen jumping off the freeway and running into a downtown neighborhood. >> jacqueline: 28 at san mateo, 20 to end the battle hayward in san hold it. as we take a look at our headline clouds are already increasing in the north bay. keeping temperatures more wire up more mild. we will see if you spot the showers may need to the north but still possible as we look at one weather on the horizon. so here is a look at some like richard pitcher get to the clouds increasing over the bay area at this afternoon. you visit a couple of storm systems right here the other one will up to the north. these two here, are kind of merged together. we are expecting
showers here locally tomorrow it will be very, very light. not a huge rainmaker. the cash showing showers i do not think it will hit the ground after tanned after tanned. ten. >> jacqueline: really staying largely dry with a few way word sprinkles but largely will not see a lot of right out there tomorrow temperature staying in the low fifties for the most part to start the day. fifties and seventies. 71 and concord, 67 in fremont and san mateo downtown san vs culprit here
is to look at the extended forecast season, winds and the spot showers. a cold front will push through off monday to winds will pick up all round the we will have a gusty conditions and that will be friday afternoon problem about seven or 8:00 at night and as we move into the weekend it will be a little warmer much comfortable but things are getting hot again into early next week. people behaving badly coming up! i will show you what i mean tonight >> reporter: nothing worse than when you are circling and circling a parking lot waiting for a space to open up. coming up in my tech
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a zoom out here in the area was currently and people are selling there's parking space. i asked why did they set aside on san francisco for their first state in this for city in the state spirit >> it to be a nightmare downtown and in other areas all around so this sound like a good place to start >> reporter: so how about that are parking conditions are so that is internationally known i >> reporter: ask if it was legal and they stated they were looking into what can we get back to us. it's interesting to see what they say because the commission down or supported. what's next? selling your seat on muni for one block or two. >> reporter: i like to hear
from you what you think about this? sydney and twitter to act gate slate are falling on facebook or e-mail me gabe slate kron 4 news. >> pam: will take you back to berkeley what police are talking to people who survived the flames. >> pam: what does it mean for patients and that community and the doctors that treat them? the news at six is next.
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>> pam: medical professionals warning of the dire consequences if they busy hospital in the east bay is forced to shut down. last nine voters rejected a parcel tax meant to keep the doctors hospital in san pablo open one of only a handful of emergency rooms in the area. dr. hospital has serve was contra costa county for more than six day date but because of a multi dollar shortfall hospital officials say they have no choice but to begin closing down kron4 haazig money and
has more of the problem and last-effort to avoid a shutdown of here. >> weeks of two-thirds of the critical care the comes to was county we take on the majority of the trauma and stabilize the or ship them out. >> reporter: >> we would go from 40 to 50 which is not a good situation. >> reporter: now that the voters rejected a parcel tax needed to keep the hospital running >> lesson 1 steps for chemlawn to cover $80 million a year which is the current law there is really no hope left for the hospital. >> reporter: i do not know
how many people have to die before someone has to do something. >> pam: that ducks have become such a bigger problem in some parts of concord that the police department is now stepping in to help make sure the killers of infested buildings take steps to kill the past. kron4 maureen kelly talk to the city and residents who have been complaining for months. >> every single night everyone is getting poked a by one. >> reporter: jesus zamora li complex in the monument quarter of concord the neighborhood of mostly low brick buildings has become a hot spot for big bucks test which can cause richie bites. jesus say he and his family have been dealing with the problem for months he personally has been biting multiple has been
detained multiple times. bitten >> reporter: concord vice mayor said after being approached by tenants groups complaining about living in opposite homes they came up with a pilot program which makes big bucks a public nuisance and gave the police department code enforcement the job of responding to tenant complaints. >> got their attention that way and is working >> reporter: if a tenant files to complain about that but the landlord would get a notice if owners will to act and the ups are found they face a fine starting at $100 and capping at $500 per citation until the books are gone. since the six month pilot program started in march concord police say to landlords have hired a pest control company to get eradication plan in place
and they're more are in the process of doing the same thing they only sent out one notification letter in so far they have not had to find anyone. jesus' people have come into his house to try and kill the pests before he did not have an opinion about the city's new program he just hopes to be rid of the bugs. maureen kelly kron 4 news >> pam: tonight we're getting our first look at is that of the man behind pitcher fine home invasion robbery the break-in happened on saturday in sunnyvale police said the man brought to an elderly couple at gunpoint on 1000 block of syracuse drive the suspect is described as a hispanic male 5 ft. 7 in. tall with an average built and between his late 20s to early '30's. he had a spanish accent and was wearing a green t-shirt and are colored jacket and pants. >> pam: items stolen years
ago may finally be making its way back to owners. petrus. redwood city police were investigating the deaths by a local realtor from homes the suspect was touring as well as the pacific athletic club. for the investigation police recovered several pieces of jury, collins, and other miscellaneous items. you can see some of those items have already been returned to owners to take a closer look at the stolen goods and the klan link up by going to our web site at kron4 dot com. >> pam: of the driver that led police on a high-speed chase in a critical condition tonight police say is their last night near highway 680 when it concord police sergeants bought a stolen vehicle driving recklessly. the driver not identified as michael holden. sped away on to 680. reaching speed of at least a hundred miles per hour. investigators say hold and loss control just north of
el cerro rolled in danville hit a guard rail and flipped over. that crash calls south on lanes to close for several hours this morning. >> pam: kron4 has learned that it was a fender bender that led up to it dilli wrote great shooting in san jose. it happened tuesday morning on to lee in center just off 880. investigators say the victim was a man in his forties. they believe he got out of his car to exchange information with the government that when police the government did not even get out of his car when he opened fire. tonight that the man still on the loose police believe there were multiple people in the car and they were described as being in their late teens and the early twenties driving a silver volkswagen or jeddah. coming up the first lady try to bring attention to her own agenda and she is deleted on social media the simple way she's demanding action + highway 101 is
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>> pam: a city water emergency has been declared in pleasanton. the city council proclaimed he local drop in march's u.s. might and amended its municipal code to regulate water use accurate kron4 johnson allele is in pleasanton and explains with a mandatory water cutbacks mean for residents prepare it >> >> reporter: explain in a real possibility that his city may run out of water without swift reservation measures. >> could have a water outage where we have to shut the water system down for a couple days to hive fire protection for the city. >> reporter: no hosing down sidewalks no outdoor watering their results in
runoffs. it also means residents should take shorter showers. f/last. flush less >> reporter: they say that the future and now has 75% of treated water necessary but they say that is a number that could decline if residents do not start conserve the now. pleasanton, kron 4 news. >> reporter: 2 of the eight acrobat's during the road island resident has spinal injuries. the two women can feel their legs that after limited but only during
limited movement. doctors do not know if and when they will be able to walk again. there neurosurgeon said the two women can feel their legs but have lived a limited movement doctors it could be a year or two before it is clear whether they will heal completely and walk again one engine acrobat was released from the hospital yesterday and said she hopes to perform again >> catherine: russian president vladimir putin says he has pulled back troops from russia'sbut the u-s says. that's not true. the white house says there is "no evidence" that russia has withdrawn troops.
>> catherine: and a pentagon spokesman says. if russian troops were really pulling back from the border. then --quote-- "we would know." >> catherine: president putin claimed earlier today that troops were moving to training areas for what he called "regular exercises." russia has had about 40- thousand troops on ukraine's border. for several weeks. >> catherine: washington - the pentagon says there are no plans to launch any military operations in nigeria, where the u.s. is joining an effort to find nearly 300 girls kidnapped by islamic militants. a pentagon spokesman says the u.s. is talking with nigeria about sharing information and intelligence, but nothing has been decided. he says a handful of u.s. troops will be arriving in nigeria in a few days as part of a larger team that will include state department and justice >> catherine: mention 300,000 reward for finding missing girls. and use photo of m obama in plama. and start with her social media push first >> jacqueline: temperatures
in the house '60s palo 70's just as expected. we hit 62 in hayward in has been kind of breezy out there. especially closer to the coast line. ocean beach 40 mi. an hour san mateo, to about and san jose and oakland. high cloud coverage moving through with a couple of storms lining up offshore well to the north. you can see the art kind of coming together here. increase in clout with showers moving in late warmer weather expected as we move into next week dreyer warmer weather. this
test will show a few showers but still dry. this will be the bulk of it right here with the showers of to the north the bay, east bay shoreline and coastline. expecting big we are not expecting big windfall from this system at all curry >> jacqueline: as we move into the rest of the workweek temperatures are going up and pretty comfortable this week by getting a lot hotter next week temperatures near the triple digits. >> pam: tooth decay is the most common chronic disease for children in the united states. now new recommendations have come out to help combat this problem. holly firfer has more in
today's health minute. >> reporter:most children age 5 and younger do not see a dentist and not surprisingly, tooth decay is on the rise in this age group. >> reporter:to help reverse this trend, new recommendations now suggestprimary care doctors apply fluoride treatments to the teeth of all children six months old to age 5. >> reporter:doctors should also prescribe oral fluoride supplementation to patients who are not getting fluoride in their water. >> reporter:the thinking is that children are more likely to see a doctor early in life than a dentist. these new guidelines were put out by the u.s. preventive services task force. >> reporter:tooth decay is 4 times more common than childhood asthma and 7 times more common than hay fever, according to the report. about 1 in 5 children with cavities don't get treatment. this is not only painful, but can lead to loss of teeth, slower weight gain, speech issues and problems with self-esteem. >> reporter:dental experts recommend that little ones start seeing a dentist no later than their first birthday, that they brush at least twice a day, and get a check-up every 6 months. for today's healthfirfer.
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>> catherine: talk about going out with a bang. a business in alabama is offering to stuff the ashes of a dead family member inside a bullet. so these aren't just any bullets -- someone's remains are preserved in there. >> catherine: the business is called 'holy smoke' -- they charge 950-dollars - for shot shells -- or rifle or pistol rounds. it's extra for a fancy box -- but a lot of people just
take the bullets and go hunting. >> catherine: one woman says she shot a wild boar in memory of her husband - who had loved hunting. it might sound odd.but the company gets 5 or 6 orders a month. most come from the u-s -- but also japan, australia and britain. >> catherine: the company even suggests that if someone breaks into your house - and you use a gun with one of their special bullets -- it's like that relative is still protecting you. >> pam: coming up on kron 4 news at 6-30. you'll meet a little warrior in the fight against cancer. who will steal your heart. and the k=9's that are lending a paw and getting wounded veterans the help they need. plus. >> pam: a new addition to the san >> pam: francisco zoo has everyone seeing red. and that's a good thing! we give you an introduction.
>> reporter: >> gary: >> reporter: we are told that this was a homeless encampment in the fire started in the cooking area to people needed to be rescued and they are ok. officials not suspect foul play. >> reporter: there are crit that are treating bedbugs as a public nuisance. the finest cars at $100 and can go up to $500 for complaints to the landlord spirit to building owners have eradication plans in place and three more are taking steps to do the same maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> reporter: not nurses here at doctors hospital in san paolo are asking to keep the
hospital open. >> asking the county to do as much as they can't help them out and keep the open. >> their plan calls for the hospital to close to the month of july. >> reporter: san jose police departments still searching for police department still searching both the victim and the suspect got into a minor fender bender that pulled over to the side of the road. possibly to exchange it for a nation that is when the victim was shot. kron4 news >> reporter: here and mellow park service doctors are being trained for veterans what disabilities. >> reporter: learning as
many 90 different commands everything from turning on the lights to getting something from the fridge and taking your socks off. mesh with veterans coping with disabilities. such as substance abuse or post traumatic stress. >> reporter: went into remission after chemotherapy by recently parents found that it was that he is now back in the hospital receiving key mother he will need a bone marrow transplant to live separate finding out how difficult it will be to find a match because of his at that heritage. >> reporter: took some coaching the finally the new attraction here at the suit came out to take a look at
his new home. this is the little red had done to a month old and his name was unveiled to lindsey one of the first climbers of mount everest trip >> reporter: >> jacqueline: right now we are seeing increase in calls to about the bay area with two systems off shore. manuela to the north there are kind of merging together right now and will swing through as we head into tomorrow. >> jacqueline: wang will
start hitting the ground after 2:00 in the morning, by noon you'll see the grant of it here. you notice things turning as we head into the afternoon sun as we move into friday we are going to seek a weak cold front. winds will start to pick up with the deconditions, and warmer feel comfortable the much warmer soaring into the '90s. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:if you need bricks no problem, this place has plenty, if you need dirt this place has even more. the problem. non of this stuff is suppose to even be here >> reporter:i am under the 80 freeway just before the 580 split at buchannon in
the city of all bany near golden gate fields racetrack >> reporter:it's an illegal dump site that streches from what appears to cover the lenth and width of an entire football field. and it's filled with just about everything >> reporter:including this bumper from a car with the a nevada license plate .probaly a from a rental. but it also has quite a bit of construction materials >> reporter:from roofing tiles this pile sits about four feet high, to just about any form of construction material you can name. >> reporter:this is one of those examples of allowing something to start and it snowballing into something that basicall gets out of control >> reporter:it's apparent that the people responsible for this know that this location has become a safe place to dump and what i mean by safe they won't get caught >> reporter:other people driving by saw the piles of dirt and choose to dump household goods like carpets and couches along with other trash >> reporter:i put a call into caltrans to see if they were aware of what was here, all i was told was they would send someone to check
it out i hung out waiting to see if anyone would arrive. nothing, however i spoke to this chp sargent who saw it and was surprised at just how large this site is >> reporter:he also called it in since this appears to be state property; . i'm learing that there was a request for a fence to be installed to prevent something like this . >> reporter:maybe someone should have listened and all this could be avoided >> reporter:there are litterly several tons of dirt, piles as far as the eye can see ranging from sand to broken pieces of concrete my concern; some of this dirt may be contaminated and /or a health hazard to people everytime the wind blows >> reporter:the dumping of dirt on state property has been a problem for a while and it happens all around the state. the people who have to pay for the clean up is you and i. john q taxpayer >> reporter:and trust me this will be considered a major cleanup in albany below interstate 80 stanley roberts kron 4 news >> pam: the cost of college on the rise! we explain why this fall will be particularly pricey
hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed. >> reporter:college freshmen taking out government student loans will pay a heftier price this fall. interest rates could be nearly a percent-point higher than in previous years. analysts say freshmen could pay more than a thousand dollars of interest over the life of their loans. the government student loan
interest rate will be set today, based on a government bond auction. >> reporter:and graduates with a lot of to be less happy than those with no debt.according to a new study. a gallup-purdue university conducted a study of 30- thousand graduates. they found graduates with no student loan debt were seven times more likely to be happy than those with more than 40-thousand dollars in debt. >> pam: mark jackson took to sports talk radio today to talk warriors head coach.
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>> law and the office this tweet it that i come in the media and about to be fired that is not how you conduct business. >> gary: of this stuff is about to come out. let's face it i do not care if he did not want to play golf with the owners or did not want to hang hang out with the owners and sit in office all day you just do not do that to a guy. tweeting out things as setting him up >> gary: whoever replaces mark jackson better wind and he'd better make it past the first round of the playoffs because this guy can get another job. there will be probably for jobs
open for shore. at the end of the day when you get inspired players >> pam: yes. >> gary: the bottom line to meet is... ever on the team if you can argue back and forth my late father would tell me all of the time, haight that the producers ahead of the show. the vice president said i had eight good show that i will be someone. he told me like four years ago the guy who size to check is the only one that counts. anyone else speaks to his great passion make friends. is the guy that signed the check.
it's great to make friends. >> so he will not have a problem getting a new job? >> gary: i do not think so. >> gary: lets talk baseball ! >> gary: hall of fame baseball manager tommy lasorda gave his thoughts on donald sterling's racist comments. and the woman who taped >> gary: pitching coach dave righetti talking to tim lincecum it didn't help >> gary: bottom 2nd >> gary: travis snider 2-run single off lincecum 4-1 pirates top 5th/ 4-1 pirates >> gary: brandon belt who homered in the 1st doubles to deep right pablo sandoval and hunter pence score belt is thrown out at 3rd trying to stretch it into a triple 4-3 pirates
>> jacqueline: so, if you are fully invested in pam and not me? >> pam: i am not in this. (laughter) >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> gary: you are way too young for me! you are too. >> gary: tommy lasorda and giving his thoughts on sterling >> he heard himself in talking to much and doing things they should not be doing i did not wish to grow thatook but i hope she
gets hit by a car. he hurt himself- not wishing that girl bad luck but she can get hit by a car >> gary: top 9th/ 4-3 pirates >> gary: brandon crawford bloops one to center andrew mccutcheon last year's league mvp makes crawford final: 4-3 pirates >> gary: giants drop 2 of 3 in pittsburgh they play the dodgers tomorrow to begin a >> gary: will have highlight
and night check out the ball boy makes a great catch falling over the wall. he's ok everyone smiling afterwards. kapernick responding to the 911 calls on twitter to die. twitter today >> gary: 911 calls i am glad the truth is getting out. the information that came out was totally wrong and i look forward to this matter being totally writ resolved.
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